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usually so at odds with the united states. we will take a look. also in the show also in the show, pope francis suggesting the church has become, quote, obsessed with issues like homosexuality and abortion. is this really a big change for the church? more on that, ahead. we have a video we'd like to show you this morning, a young couple getting married, one of the most important moments of their lives. they paid professional photographers to capture all of those special moments. you've got to listen to this, the priest not having any of it. >> this is a solemn assembly, not a photography session. please move. or i will stop. >> can you say awkward? >> what does the couple have to say now? we will hear from them, live, coming up. we begin this morning with breaking news. another violent night in chicago. 13 people shot in a hail of gunfire in a park last night.
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one of the wounded, a 3-year-old boy, now fighting to for his life. 1,600 people have been shot this year. live for us in chicago this morning, cnn's george howell. good morning, george. >> reporter: chris, good morning. according to police we understand that this 3-year-old child was shot in the head. currently in critical condition. the last young victim of gun violence, janiyla watkins. shot and killed sitting in her father's lap, the result of gun violence. we understand this was a mass shooting on the city's south side, in the back of the yards neighborhood known for gang violence and shootings. we know ten people were adults. we know two were teenagers and of course this 3-year-old child who is currently in the hospital. keep this inspectiveperspective. more than 315 people were
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murdered this year. there have been more than 1,600 shootings so far. just last year, more than 500 murders. chicago police insist the murder rate is going down. we understand that investigators are looking for the suspect or suspects in this case, kate. but again, a violent week, a violent night, i should say, here in chicago. >> thank you, george. it doesn't matter how high the number goes, this is such a tragedy when you talk about the numbers you just laid out. thank you so much. we'll get back to you. let's turn now to the civil war unfolding on capitol hill. speaker john boehner saying a temporary bill will be passed this morning. with ten days left before a potential government shutdown, republicans can't seem to figure out whether to attack the president or each other. let's go to jim acosta, live at the white house. good morning. what's the latest? >> good morning, kate. later this morning, house
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republicans as you said will be essentially casting a protest vote to continue to fund the government while defunding obama care. meanwhile, the white house says the president will start doing more than just watch the country edge closer to a shutdown. with house republicans setting a vote for today on a temporary spending bill that would defund obama care, washington is edging closer to a government shutdown, now just ten days until the government runs out of money an a possible debt default not far behind, white house officials say president obama is ready to engage with congress. >> the president will be in conversations with congressional leaders in the coming days about the need to deal with these pressing deadlines. >> reporter: that was a response to house speaker john boehner who complained in this web video with the president is more willing to haggle with russians than republicans. >> while the president is engaging with vladimir putin, he won't engage with a congress
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dealing with issues about our economy. >> reporter: white house press secretary jay carney offered this colorful defense of the president's outreach. >> you're obviously referring to speaker boehner's video, is that right? >> saying the president is more willing to negotiate with vladimir putin than he is with house republicans. >> that is irrefutably false. the video i thought demonstrated putin envy. >> reporter: the white house was taking note that the bruising battle inside the gop, texas senator ted cruz seemed to give up on defunding obama care, then appeared to reverse course and promised to block any spending bill that leaves health care reform intact. >> i will do everything necessary and anything possible to defund obama care. >> reporter: some of cruz's fellow republicans, including a blunt john mccain shot back, saying that's just not rational.
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>> in the united states senate we will not repeal or defund obama care. we will not. >> reporter: and later this morning, the president will be in kansas city, where he'll be holding a campaign style event on the economy. a white house official says the president will go after the gop on the prospect of a government shutdown, urging republicans not to throw the country into a crisis but kate, chris, no word whether the president will repeat that line about putin envy. back to you. >> jim, we'll be following it all morning long every day until it happens. thank you for the reporting. now, this morning, new information on the washington navy yard shootings and how they might have been avoided. the private government contractor that ran a background check on the shooter is under criminal investigation itself. it's the same firm that checked nsa leaker edward snowden's past. pamela brown is here with more details about this. what are we learning this morning about the time line of the shooting as well? >> new details are emerging,
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chris and kate, about the time line. it's very preliminary at this point but it shows how aaron alexis carried out his rampage monday morning in an intense chaos-filled hour and a half inside the washington navy yard's building 197. officials now say that aaron alexis responded for the first time on surveillance video parked in his car in the garage at 8:01. two minutes later, he's seen exiting the fourth floor elevator of building 197 and entering a bathroom with a bag. minutes later he emerges with a sawed off shotgun. 8:12, the first shots are fired on the fourth floor. he goes down a stairwell, emerging on the third floor, seemingly picking his victims at random. alexis then heads to the first floor, shooting a security guard and taking his handgun. investigators say he ran out of ammo and used the guard's gun to continue shooting victims. around 8:20, the first officers is riff on the screen, followed
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by tactical teams, some 20 minutes later. we now know law enforcement engaged alexis multiple times, at one point he was hiding in an office. the carnage finally coming to an end when he was shot and killed. we're also learning this morning that usis, the government contractor that handled alexis' background check is the same firm that vetted nsa leaker edward snowden. the company is now under criminal investigation. this as new details about alexis's mental state are revealed. just last month, police in rhode island say alexis told them that three people were following him in a virginia airport, keeping him awake by talking to him and sending vibrations into his body. glenda and michael boyd say they were at the norfolk, virginia airport in august and believed they and their aunt are the ones alexis was talking about. >> he said, that lady, she laughing at me. she keeps looking at me. what's she laughing at, you
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know? and i said, she's just laughing. she doesn't even see you. >> reporter: the boyds say alexis wasn't happy with their response. >> he started, you know, getting a little belligerent and start using profanity and going off. he kept reaching towards his midriff, his waist, like he was reaching for something. maybe a weapon. i just feel like we were so fortunate, fortunate and blessed. >> to make it through that. >> still no clear motive for why alexis carried out his rampage. of course, investigators still looking into that. meantime, the families of the victims prepare for sunday's memorial service with president obama. kate? >> this seems like a situation where we may never know why. that's the way it is. pamela, thank you so much. there's a lot of news developing at this hour. let's get straight to michaela for the latest. good morning. secretary of state john kerry
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pressing the u.n. security council on syria, saying it has to be prepared to act next week given its own chemical weapons report. he says, he believes the complete removal of chemical weapons is possible in a peaceful way but urgency is needed. meantime, satellites show trucks moving in and out of chemical weapons storing sites, suggesting that syria is moving around its stockpile. the u.s. just doesn't know where. as if high water wasn't enough to deal with, there are ten oil spills in colorado's flood zone. regulators say heavy debris and tanks causing the two largest leaks. the death toll now stands at seven people, three others are missing. they are presumed dead. 139 others are unaccounted for, all of them in larimer county. the police chief of a small pennsylvania town has been fired after posting video rants about gun control and firing his weapon. the town council of gilberton
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elected to fire him. he says it's because of the videos he lost his job. he'll request a public hearing to true and save it. the local district attorney is withdrawing from the case of a charlotte police officer charged in the shooter of a former football player. andrew murray is asking the north carolina attorney general's office to handle the case to avoid a potential conflict of interest. his former law firm is representing officer randall kendri kendrick. siri might have told you this, the new iphone models hit stores today. the 5s and the 5c. the 5c is for the more economical fan. it goes for just 100 bucks. the best way to get one is to
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order it online. the old www. >> as if my iphone knew a new one was coming out. >> is it acting up. >> she is. >> they know. they know. >> i hope someone didn't sabotage it. >> there's buses and people being thrown under them on the set today. >> i'm ralph kramden on the show. >> we go to indra. we had moisture coming out of mexico and it flooded colorado. today we're still dealing with all these remnants from manuel, the difference is that cold front is farther to the east. we'll have huge flooding concerns over the next several days. the reason for it is different than colorado where we had the mountains and that heavy terrain that caused that flooding. this time it's the drought conditions in the region. that sounds confusing. they need the rain, right? yes but the soil cannot handle all that water.
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that ill with be the concern as heavy rain make its way through this weekend. 3 to 6 inches of rain possible. arkansas, new orleans, dealing with the heavy rain as we go through the weekend. other story, the cold front, look at the temperature drop in the midwest. they are loving this as they go towards the weekend. 90s, going down to the 70s, gorgeous for them. it does mean rain is heading to the northeast. we are expecting rain. for us it looks like it will be saturday night in through sunday. cooler, like fall, as we start actual fall on monday. >> exactly. the last weekend of summer. >> indra petersons's bucking the smartphone trend, carries a different device in her hand. >> i don't know what we call that. >> you want one of these? here you go. >> i have no idea. wireless remote. all yours. >> it looks like a communicator from "star trek" or something. >> she doesn't battle this samsung/apple thing. she has that in her hand.
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>> you know what your samsung, iphone doesn't control? that boy. >> power. when we come back, pope francis, the rock of the church, telling catholics to focus, get back to what the church is supposed to be about, stop judging. his words are being judged. we'll take you through it. we're also watching the worst weather crisis in five decades that's unfolding right now in mexico. people dealing with death, destruction and even crocodiles at this point, after two deadly storms pounded the country's coasts and there could be another on the way. [ female announcer ] we lowered her fever. you raise her spirits. we tackled your shoulder pain. you make him rookie of the year. we took care of your cold symptoms. you take him on an adventure. tylenol® has been the number 1 doctor recommended brand of pain reliever for over 20 years. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more.
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welcome back to "new day." provocative new comments from pope francis. you may think when he sat down for an interview with the jesuit news service that it would have been ordinary. but no. he said a lot of things that many catholics are taking as controversial. around the world they are reacting to what could be seen as his criticisms of the church as it stands today. cnn's matthew chance is live in rome with much more. good morning, matthew. >> reporter: this is the first in-depth interview with pope francis since he was elected in march. he addresses controversial issues like homosexuality, abortion and what he calls the feminine genius. the words will be carefully examined by millions, looking to him for guidance. on the role of women, he has said in the past, the door is closed on their ordination as
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priests. but he says the feminine genius is needed wherever we make important decisions, he says. >> how can we possibly make decisions without consulting half of the human race? and most of the people who are in our churches and playing very leading roles as mothers, as caticists and teachers. >> reporter: it was after a trip that he made a surprising mark on homosexuality. telling reporters -- "who am i to judge gay people." in his interview, the pontiff says he was asked if he approved of h 0. mosexuality. he answered, tell me, when god looks at a gay person, does he endorse the existence of this person with love or reject and condemn this person? and that seems to be the conciliatory tone pope francis
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is trying to set for the church he leads, not so much breaking with doctrine, as shifting the church's emphasis in the words of one vatican commentator, from condemnation to mercy. the pope also addresses criticism in this interview, particularly from the united states, that he's not taking a tougher life on issues like abortion, gay marriage and the use of contraception. he indicates he thinks the church obsesses about those hot button issues too much, saying this, we simply don't have to talk about these things all of the time. chris? >> and even that is a big step for catholics in terms of what they expect to hear from the pope. matthew chance, thank you for doing the reporting this morning. in the next hour, we get more insight from mr. bill donahue, the president of the catholic league, a powerful force in this area. we look forward to what he has to say. >> absolutely. also ahead on "new day," ep be flooding we're watching,
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leaving nearly 100 people dead in mexico. people also dealing with crocodiles in the street. we go to acapulco where the rain will not let up. he stayed behind and played while his wife was giving birth. now rachel nichols will be with joe flacco, ahead on "new day." but do you really? [ female announcer ] neutrogena® makeup remover erases 99% of your most stubborn makeup with one towelette. can your makeup remover do that? [ female announcer ] neutrogena® makeup remover.
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you're watching "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan
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and michaela pereira. welcome back to "new day," friday, september 20th. coming up in this show, could some of the ice between the u.s. and iran be thawing after more than 30 frigid years? there is talk that iran's new president plans to meet with president obama next week. they've already exchanged letters. we'll be talking more about that, coming up later. we're also going to be talking about joe flacco. he's got winning football skills, a super bowl ring, a fat contract. one thing he doesn't have is a big head. even though all the ingredients are there, how does he stay so steady? we'll hear from him later this hour. rachel nichols got a great interview. >> that is a good one. look forward to that. first, let's go to michaela. we're following breaking news out of chicago, 13 people shot late last night in a park on the city's south side. police say, one of those hit, a 3-year-old boy was shot through the ear. two teens, ten adults also wounded in that incident. one witness tells the "chicago
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sun-times" gang members drive around the park looking for people to shoot every day. questions this morning surrounding the company that performed a background check on washington navy yard shooter aaron alexis in 2007. usis, a private government contractor confirms that it handled the security check on alexis. this is the same company that investigated nsa leaker edward snowden. the company is now the focus of a criminal investigation. those suspects who kidnapped georgia teenager ayvani hope perez demanded money and drugs for her safe return, according to a criminal affidavit. they got neither. this morning, questions remain whether that ab duck was indeed a random act. the teen's mother, along with one of the kidnapping suspects were both arrests last year in a drug bust. charges against perez's mom were eventually dropped. a not guilty plea from an associate of former new england patriots star aaron hernandez. ernest wallace is charged with being an accessory off the fact
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in the murder of odin lloyd. he and another man were caught on video entering hernandez's home 15 minutes after lloyd was shot. wallace is being held on $500,000 bail. well, beyonce and husband jay z topped the list of the highest celebrity earning couples. they brought in $95 million. tom brady and gisele bundchen were second. she's the highest paid model. coming in third, angelina jolie and brad pitt. they brought in $50 million over the last year. common factor here, ain't none of them ugly. look at all of them. those are the power couples and they're all beautiful. >> yes. >> like honestly. >> pitt even made that cane look good. >> right? >> that's it? >> that's all i've got. >> on that somber note. >> i finally give your boy brad pitt some love.
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>> consider it for a minute. >> we're stunned into silence. >> never again. that's it. hope you enjoyed it. >> who's coming up? jake. >> jake gyllenhall, yes. >> i'm done now. >> john king. >> i was about to be really nice. i was going to talk about john king. >> one of those moments and now it's gone. >> one of the 400 moments i miss in every show. let's move to our political gut check. ten days until a potential government shutdown and the fight continues. but this time, it's more like a bruising battle between republicans themselves instead of republicans against the president. cnn's chief national correspondent john king here to break it all down for us. i don't even know where we really need to break it down. it's the most unusual situation at the moment. normally you've got republicans versus democrats. republicans versus the president. but right now it's republicans versus themselves. how did it get here, john? >> you have a new breed of republicans, kate elected in the last two or three election cycles. a lot of them with the support
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of the tea party who view it as their job to stan on what they would call a defining principle every day, almost no matter what. they say they will fight to defund the president's health care plan, even though it passed four years ago, even though the president won re-election, even though the supreme court upheld it, they say at every opportunity they'll try to get in the way of the president getting funding for his signature initiative. what they have told their own leadership is, we will not go along with keeping the government running, passing the basic spending bill to keep the government running unless you give us a chance to defund obama care. the house speaker didn't want that. that was not his original plan. that is what the house will do today. we'll watch this play out. we'll have a showdown over shutdown for probably ten days or so. >> the strategy is so clear, the strategy is not going to work. it is not going to pass in the senate even if by some miracle it did pass the senate, it will be vetoed by the president. so what do republicans think they're going to get out of this? >> it is simple arithmetic that
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it will fail, right. >> yes. >> you sit here and say, what are they doing? it's a question of good government versus good politics. most of the members go home to safe districts. most of them worry more about a primary challenge from the right than they do a democrat beating them next november. they would say it's critically important and say if the president doesn't accept this, he's the one shutting down the government. we know it won't get to that. the house will pass its version today, sending it to the senate. the senate will most likely, 99% certain, restore the funding for the president's health care plan. that, kate, is when it becomes a huge question mark. the senate will send it back and then what does the house do? logic tells you, we made our point on principle, the senate put the money back in, fine, we accept it and we'll move on. do not bet on logic happening. i talked to a top house leadership aide who said the house will make at least one more play. if the senate puts the money back in, the house will try something else. i think we'll have a game of,
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unfortunately, i don't mean to minimize it, ping-pong over a consequential issue right up to the deadline. >> it seems like child's play and how it's actually playing out. one thing i find interesting, you have folks like john mccain saying it's not rational that the senate -- people think the senate will defund obama care. karl rove in "the wall street journal" calling it an ill-conceived tactic that will strengthen the president and alienate independence. this "s" this a different not only amongst republicans but really republicans that aren't concerned about where independents are going. these are republicans concerned about responding to their district. >> that is part of it. most of them go home to safe districts, number one. number two, many of them, remember, the tea party was not been because of 3w5078 caobama . the tea party was born because of george w. bush and the bank bailouts. when john mccain and karl rove try to give the tea party and conservatives of that ilk
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advice, they may get just the opposite. you have a generational, tactical and strategic divide in the tactical party. the republicans are heading into a cycle in which they should do very, very well and gain seats and then be able to advance their policies in a better way and yet he thinks they're shooting themselves in the foot here. that's what senator mccain thinks. we should applaud people who stand for principle and politics. however, at some point you have to do the basic math. they don't have the votes. >> i agree. it just doesn't seem -- the balance seems to be there, special when we look at the polling, the american people are not wanting this right now. the american people do not want the government to shut down. >> this -- look, i still think we're unlikely to get a shutdown. but we'll watch this play out up until the deadline and we'll go through it all over again. if they lose on this one, the republicans who want this will try again in the fight over the debt ceiling. >> i think that will be bigger fight, that's for sure.
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john, great to see you. >> i get john about principle. i get that point. i don't see the principle in shutting down the government when you punish people. that's a calculation they have to get. >> it's a struggle. i'm not pretending i have a solution for it. i don't have to answer to constituents. it seems there has to be a better solution to what they're doing right now. >> i see you as an answer person. if you have one, you should not keep it because you're a journalist. think about that. tweet us, should kate give us the answer to the government shutdown and not hold out? what is that about? coming up on "new day" -- that was really wrong of you, you know the answer and you're not telling us. texting while driving, it is wrong, often illegal. most think twice about it especially when kids are in a car. imagine a bus driver texting with a busful of kids, makes people go bananas. we'll show you what was caught in camera in florida.
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welcome back. a third storm now threatening residents and tourists in mexico. officials are calling this the worst weather crisis in over 50 years. and more flooding could be on the way. this morning, the death toll is approaching triple digits, thousands of tourists, many american, remain stranded, desperate to escape. cnn's shasta darlington is in acapulco this morning. good morning, shasta. >> reporter: good morning, chris. you know, we have a glimmer of
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hope today. that's because the main highway out of here is expected to re-open. that will take pressure off for the so many thousands of people, including the people behind me trying to get on an ape, it would take the pressure off so they can get out of here after being stranded for almost a week. tropical storm manuel is still lashing northwest mexico, leaving scores of people dead and tens of thousands of tourists stranded. "i've been waiting in line for 12 hours" she says. tourists line up outside this military base scrambling to get on emergency air lifts. >> there's no list. you put your name and you wait here. >> reporter: the airport has partially re-opened, relieving some of the pressure. flooded roads and errants have left the beach resort of acapulco cut off, plagued by looters. and a crocodile washed up with floodwaters. two men tried to catch it with
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ropes as it thrashed about. we found much worse damage 15 miles away in another town. this man shows us where the river broke through a container wall and washed away his kitchen. he climbed to the roof as half his timber shack swept away. "we don't even know what to do, to tell you the truth," he says. so far, no government aid. medina and his family are left to eat eggs and tortillas donated by neighbors and drink expired cartons of juice they found in the trash dumpster. neighbors shovel mud off sidewalks and out of their homes. here they tell us, they feel like they've been completely forgotten.
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even though visitors are starting to leave, the outlook for people who live here is very bleak. rescue workers will be going back to some of those hard-hit communities, trying to find the disappeared, still today, kate. >> thanks so much, shasta. let's go around the world now, starting in hong kong where a super typhoon, the strongest storm to hit the planet this year, is threatening taiwan and the philippines. let's get the latest from pauline chiou. >> reporter: kate, what looks like the most powerful storm of the year is poised to hit in hong kong this weekend. it will pass over the southern tip of taiwan. forecasts say the typhoon could dump almost 12 inches of rain over two days. authorities there have urged residents to take precautionary measures. usagi is lashing the philippines around. wind gusts have been recorded at
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190 miles an hour, the equivalent of a category 5 hurricane. back to you, kate. >> thanks so much, pauline. it turns out that creepy clown we've been talking about in the uk, he was just trying to have some fun. here's aarerin mclaughlin. >> reporter: he's dressed like the pennywise character from stephen king's "it." in an interview with the local paper, his identity remains concealed. he says he can understand why some people have been frightened by his posts but insists that it's all in good fun. he says it's like a horror movie, at first people freak out and then they laugh. back to you, kate. >> definitely a lot of freaking out. michaela has a good point. he could have come up with a cuter clown. maybe as a suggestion box. >> we'll e-mail him those suggestions.
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responding to criticism about missing the birth of his baby for a game with our rachel nichols. >> we all like a good snack at the ballpark. parentally even first basemen. detroit's prince fielder stars in our must-see moment, coming up.
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welcome back. joe flacco, won the last super bowl as quarterback of the baltimore ravens, signed a nine-figure contract, became a dad for the second time. and the birth of his son this weekend was particularly memorable. cnn's rachel nichols had a chance to sit down with the elite signal caller in an exclusive sitdown interview. she joins us now. >> i was sitting down. no question. >> i said it twice because it's that nice. >> joe flacco, very low key guy as you mentioned. he and his wife dana as dana approached their due date, they agreed ahead of time, if she went in labor on a game day morning, he'd stay with the team, play, rush to the hospital after. odds were it wouldn't even come up. if it did, it wouldn't draw a lot of attention. dana gave birth to daniel flacco
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just before kickoff this past sunday when flacco was on the field for the ravens home opener. flacco told me, he has way too much making him happy right now to worry about people balking. >> people remember you holding up your now older son, steven. you have two boys now. what is it like? >> you know, you still can't believe it. it was pretty cool, obviously. the way it happened. not necessarily what we wanted but it ended up being a really special day. it's just pretty neat. we brought our oldest son to the hospital the day after. it was funny to see his reaction, definitely a little jealous but i think he's warming up. >> your older son steven, he's cute but you're going to send him back, right? >> he did not really want to come in the hospital room. he knew something was up. >> tell me what happened on the morning your wife dana went into labor. >> i was way more fidgety than i
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normally am. >> obviously when she was pregnant, you go to the doctor, the due date is in the fall. you know it's possible that the baby could come on a sunday. >> yes. it never really was an issue. we talked about it pretty quickly. it was what it was. to be honest, we never thought it would happen that way. >> while she was pregnant, golfer hunter mayham, his wife went into labor and he left a tournament. >> i don't know what i would have done if i was in his situation. it is a little bit different. when he leaves a tournament he's affecting himself. you know? i have a big-time responsibility to this organization and this football team. my job as a quarterback is, i think, to show up for your team. >> it's an interesting lack at how times have change. did you get criticism? he should have been with his
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wife? >> i'm sure there is. my parents generation or maybe a little bit older than them, they were probably the first generation that was even allowed in there. you didn't have a choice before. it wouldn't have been an issue. now because it's such a production, you could have anybody in there that you want. it becomes one of those things that people can talk about. i think my mother-in-law was very happy, though. my wife had her in there. if i was there, it probably would have just been me and her. >> your mother-in-law wasn't disappointed, in fact she was thrilled. >> the fact that i wasn't there, it gave her a chance to see her daughter have a baby. i think that was a special moment, too. >> so the mother-in-law is happy, which we all know is very important. and the mother-in-law is actually who called joe just before kickoff to say, you have a new baby. he said he was so excited to talk to her. so excited. he forgot to ask whether it was a boy or a girl. because they didn't know. she had to tell him later in the
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conversation. joe, don't you want to know if it's a boy or a girl. oh, right. so excited. >> can we just say this goes to show, this is one of those things, i might send him a t-shirt that says nun ya. none of your business. >> when the first reaction came out it made it sound like this was unilateral. the key to me, i've had these discussions, my wife said if this happens, go, stay. i didn't. i actually wound up coming back. i don't have the team responsibility. if the wife says it's okay, the conversation is over. >> i don't know your wife per se but i would imagine nothing in your marriage is unilateral, right? >> coming from her way, it's a pretty strong influence. pretty strong. >> you're not making these decisions on your own. >> no, i'm definitely not. >> i imagine joe flacco is the same way. >> she okays the copy i'm saying. >> he makes a good point.
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he had an entire team that he was responsible for and his whole family. he has a lot going on. i like how he handled the whole thing. >> ditto. >> the coach, john harbaugh gave the game ball not to him after the win but to dana flacco. he said she might be the toughest one in the family. >> absolutely. >> great interview. >> thank you. >> thanks, rachel. can we borrow from rachel for a must-see moment today? the average major league baseball game can last upwards of 2 1/2 hours. players get peckish on the field. certainly seems to be the case of last night's game between the tigers and imaginers in, seattle and detroit. when tiger prince fielder did this. >> no, he didn't. >> oh, yes, he did. that's not your chip. take another look. >> didn't double dip, though. >> he runs to grab a foul ball but ends up with snatching a nacho chip from a fan. >> i like that, too. that's a strong move. using the jersey as a napkin.
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>> in the seventh inning and the tigers won, 5-4. clearly the extra sustenance in the game helped them to victory. >> maybe if he had that before he would have run down the foul ball. he only seemed to speed up when he saw the nachos. >> motivation. >> you do not want to get on his bad side. >> no, that is true. he will crush me to a fine powder. coming up on "new day," a showdown in washington, pitting republicans against democrats and each other. how will a key vote in the house today push the government closer to a shutdown? will it happen? >> we're also covering the breaking news from overnight, a 3-year-old boy is in critical condition this morning, one of 13 people hit by gunfire in a chicago park. this mass shooting recasting a spotlight on the city's increasingly violent gang warfare. it's an absolute tragedy. we'll have the latest on it,
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it's getting close to baseball playoff season. it turns out that the l.a. dodgers became the first national league team to clench a spot. interested? maybe, maybe not. postseason baseball is exciting. guess what they did to celebrate? a pool party. andy shoals -- andy scholes joins us. they didn't say anything about the pool in right field, aftering popping bottles in the clubhouse, the whole team headed for the pool.
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nick punto gets there first. he had a urgent news message, cannonball. willie bloomquist called it tired and disrespectful. week three of the nfl season kicked off with andy reid's much anticipated return to philadelphia. the eagles fans gave reed a warm ovation before the game. reed's chiefs forced five turnovers. they never trailed on their way to a 26-16 win. kansas city is now 3-0 which is pretty amazing considering they only won two games all of last season. you'll see troy polamalu on bleacherreport.com. why? he'll cut his iconic head of hair. he's raising money for the veterans of foreign wars organization. he's going to do it november 11th, which is veterans day. we don't know exactly how much hair he will cut off. it could be 10 inches, 2 inches,
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he could shave his head. we don't know yet. it's great to see him doing it especially for a great cause. >> this is a player known for his good head of hair. >> he does all those shampoo commercials. >> you have a good head of hair, too, andy. you can help him out. thank you. have a good weekend. >> you, too. it's time for the rock block, everyone. a quick round of stories you'll be talking about today. the l.a. times, life on mars not looking too likely. tests are in. there appears to be no methane on the red planet. that significantly reduces the chances of finding life forms. in "the new york post" this morning, this one is sure to spark controversy. a 2-year-old has become the youngest person to undergo gastric bypass surgery. he went from 72 pounds down to 52 pounds two years after the operation. "usa today," the wizard of oz like you've never seen before. the wizard of oz an i-max 3-d
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experience has a one-week run. it's the most iconic hollywood film to be converted to 3-d. the empire state building, the empire state's parent company plans to launch an ipo. you could buy stock. it could come in early october and generate a billion bucks. don't be surprised if you will be seeing ads when you make a favorite pin. it's a road that twitter pioneered. pinterest has 46 million users. the former ceo of nokia is in for a huge payday. steven elap will collect 25.5 million bucks. he'll ride that parachute right over to microsoft where he's considered a front-runner to stay steve ballmer's place in the near future. let's go to indra petersons for the weather. it's been warming up. it's like a tease.
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we think we'll have an amazing weekend. we will, kind of. temperatures in the upper 70s, low 80s. notice the 60s, yes, there's a reason for this. there is a cold front making its way through. with that, yes, we are talking about rain and behind it, the cold air. how much rain? ohio valley on saturday, for the northeast saturday night into sunday. 1 to 2 inches. the bulk of it hopefully coming overnight. we're at the top of the hour which means it's time for the top news. >> i just heard the shots, like 20 shots. police was over there real quick. they got here real fast. breaking overnight, a shooting in chicago. a 3-year-old fighting for his life. a dozen more shot. the city now the homicide capital of the united states. we're live with the latest. on the brink, a key vote today in the house that could
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set the government on a course to shut down. the president taking on the gop. the republicans also fighting each other. what's going on? caught on tape, this florida bus driver texting behind the wheel. almost veering into traffic. she's not the first. what parents need to know. your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: what you need to know -- >> while the president is happy to negotiate with vladimir putin, he won't engage with the congress. >> announcer: what you just have to see. >> please, sir, leave or i will stop. >> i was more appalled and kind of shocked. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. >> good morning. happy friday. welcome back to "new day." september 20th, 7:00 in the east. brand new developments this morning in the washington navy yard shooting. we have learned that the firm
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that looked into the shooter's background also vetted nsa leaker edward snowden. and okayed both of them. we're also learning more about the time line of the shooting and we'll tell you all about it. also, pope francis making waves again in a new interview, he criticizes the church for spending too much time focusing on gays and focusing on abortion and not enough time expanding the role of women in the church. we'll take you live to rome and we'll also be joined in studio by the president of the catholic league to get his reaction. talk about an awkward moment, cameras catch it midwedding when the priest turns to the very same photographers and tells them to knock it off. look at this. >> this is a solemn assembly, not a photography session. please move. or i will stop. >> so -- look at the awkward faces. what does the couple have to say now? we'll hear from them, coming up. >> they were joined in that moment even before they were joined. we'll begin this morning with breaking news.
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a hague of bullets flying through the park on chicago's south side last night. 13 people shot, four of them in critical condition this morning, include a 3-year-old boy. let's get straight to george howell for the latest. he's live in chicago. hi there, george. >> reporter: kate, good morning. that 3-year-old boy still in the hospital this morning, shot in the head. this happened in an area called the back of the yards neighborhood on the city's south side, an area known for gang violence a mass shooting that sent several people, 13, to the hospital. and certainly put chicago violence back on the map. >> reporter: a 3-year-old boy fighting for his life this morning in critical condition, following a terrifying mass shooting. so far, none of the victims have
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died. they're all recovering in various states of condition. the 3-year-old child whose name has not been released was shot in the head. carried in the arms of three officers to an ambulance. >> there were a lot of police, a lot of ambulance. just a lot of wreckage, a lot of people, everything. >> reporter: officers swarmed the pack after the gruesome shooting using hoses to clean the blood from the court. police believe the shooting is gang related but have no suspects in custody. this incident puts chicago violence back in the spotlight. president obama addressed the violence in his home city earlier this year in his state of the union address less than a month after the shooting death of 15-year-old pendleton, killed a week after she attended the president's inauguration ceremony. >> what happened to hydeah is not unique to chicago or this country. too many of our children are being taken away from us. >> reporter: when you hear about
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a shooting like this, a situation like this, it's important to put it in perspective. we know there were 1,600 shoot innings chicago this year alone. 315 people who were killed by gun violence. just last year, the fbi says there were more than 500 people murdered in chicago, however, chicago police insist the murder rate here is going down. in this particular case, this mass shooting we know that investigators, they are looking for a suspect or suspects involved but at this point, chris, no one in custody. >> all right, george, thank you very much for the report this morning. it will be a big day ahead in the nation's capital. it's only ten days until a potential government shutdown. the house is set to vote on a bill to keep the lights on, conditioned on a huge if, the funning of obama care. they want to defund. that's their big if. can they get it done? jim acosta is covering from the white house for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. the house rains have voted more than 40 times to defund obama care and later this morning they
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will do it again, this time to continue the vote and now the white house says the president is about to jump into the shutdown fray. now just ten days until the government runs out of money and a possible debt default not far behind white house officials say president obama is ready to engage with congress. >> the president will be in conversations with congressional leaders in the coming days about the need to deal with these pressing deadlines. >> reporter: that was a response to house speaker john boehner who complained in this web video the president is more willing to haggle with russians than republicans. >> while the president is happy to negotiate with vladimir putin, he won't engage with the congress on a plan that deals with the deficits that threaten
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our economy. >> reporter: ruling out negotiations over the debt ceiling or legislation that defunds obama care, white house press secretary jay carney offered this colorful defense of the president's outreach. >> you're obviously referring to speaker boehner's video, is that right? >> saying the president is more willing to negotiate with vladimir putin than he is with house republicans. >> that is irrefutably false. the video i thought demonstrated putin envy. >> reporter: the white house was instead taking note of the bruising battle inside the gop. texas senator ted cruz seemed to give up on defunding obama care, then appeared to recourse and promised to block any spending bill that leaves health care reform intact. >> i will do everything necessary and anything possible to defund obama care. >> reporter: some of cruz's fellow republicans, including a blunt john mccain shot back, saying that's just not rational. >> in the united states senate
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we will not repeal or defund obama care. we will not. >> reporter: and later today, president obama will be in kansas city for a campaign-style event on the white house economy. a white house official says the president will go after the gop on the prospect of a government shutdown. it's no surprise, kate, the administration says the president will veto that legislation pending before the house today. >> that is almost a certainty. that's for sure. >> yes. >> jim, thank you so much. joining us now to talk more is cnn political analyst and executive of the daily beast, john avalon. john king was saying, he's hearing that this isn't going to ping-pong once. it's going to ping-pong back and forth. there's another play that the house republicans will possibly make in this fight as we couldn't the down. where do republicans see a win here? seriously. >> that's a really important point. i don't think anyone has an idea of what a win looks like other
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than the fantasy the president will cave and defund his signature accomplishment. that is delusional. that is not going to happen. you have an extreme form of positional bargaining without any degree of practicality. this is about positioning, ideology and playing to the base, not about governing a place. >> if we get beyond the threat of a government shutdown, the next fight is over the debt ceiling. the last time we were talking about the debt ceiling i was on capitol hill, sleeping on capitol hill covering all of those negotiations over and over again. >> yes. >> we were also talking about the idea of a grand bargain, coming together to bring down our deficit and debt. there is no talk about it this time. >> no. that's a sign of just how far things have fallen. even for speaker boehner who is a consummate dealmaker, the inmates are running the asylum. the leadership realizes they are running towards a cliff they realize is politically damaging, very little upside. but if they don't give in to the demands of the 50 or so house
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radicals pushing this direction, they fear they may lose their position. there is no talk of a grand bargain, because there is no outcome they are leveraging the president on. >> democrats are not ankles in this fight. >> no, no, no. they are happy to sit back and watch this infighting amongst the republicans here. >> there are 80 different reasons that this is dumb and bad for the country. the key one is, if we have a government shutdown, inthe president realizes it could hurt the government. the fact they can't stop this or move in a clear, constructive direction, that is a sign of just how dangerous the situation has gotten inside the gop civil war. >> a problem for the future for the republican party. >> a huge problem for the country and the future the republican party. >> one thing that is lost, the people that will ab effected,
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the american people. >> yes, have to keep saying that. >> that's exactly right. >> obviously some people aren't hearing that just yet. now to a charm offensive out of iran. turns out iran's new president is trying to buddy up to president obama. yes. the two leaders have exchanged letters as he prepares for a trip to the u.n. chief national correspondent jim sciutto is in washington with that. is this right, the words coming out of my mouth. >> u.s. officials i've spoken to are listening. the invitation to president obama to meet even this outreach on twitter, some see it as the most significant diplomatic overture from iran since the 1979 revolution. iran's new president is taking his diplomatic outreach to the pages of "the washington post." making a, quote, pledge to
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engage in constructive interaction with the world. and offering to broker peace talks in syria. on thursday he tweeted an invitation to president obama, saying he has not ruled out the possibility of meeting with him at the u.n. general assembly in new york next week. adding, quote, everything is possible in the world of politics. the white house acknowledges a change in tone from iran. >> there have been a lot of very interesting things said out of tehran and the new government, encouraging things. actions are more important than words. >> reporter: the invitation is the latest in the surprising and unprecedented outreach that began with another tweet two weeks ago,. he insisted it has no intention of building a nuclear weapon. hundreds more are still in prison.
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what's behind the change of heart, some believe it is largely the product of international economic sanctions, over iran's nuclear program. >> what he is trying to do is get those sanctions reduced. the question is, whether there's a halfway meeting point in which iran can make meaningful nuclear compromises in exchange for meaningful sanctions from the united states. >> next week on tuesday, the iranian president will address the general assembly, so will president obama. this year, kate, we may be hearing something different. >> very different, tom. jim, thank you so much. questions remain this morning about how aaron alexis, managed to get security clearance at the washington navy yard. we're learning now that the same firm that gave alexis his background check also checked out another notorious contractor, nsa leaker edward snowden. we're also getting a better picture of the time line of how
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the shooting played out. for that let's turn to pamela brown. >> good morning, kate. new details are emerging.te . >> reporter: officials now say that aaron alexis responded for the first time on surveillance video, parked in his car at the garage at 8:01. two minutes later, he's seen exiting the fourth floor elevator of building 197 and entering a bathroom with a bag. minutes later he emerges with a sawed off remington 870 shotgun. 8:12, the first shots are fired on the fourth floor. he goes down a stairwell, emerging on the third floor, seemingly picking his victims at random. alexis then heads to the first floor, shooting a security guard and taking his handgun. investigators say he ran out of ammo and used the guard's gun to continue shooting victims.
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around 8:20, the first officers arrive on the scene, followed by tak tactical teams some 20 minutes later. we now know law enforcement engaged alexis multiple times, at one point he was hiding in an office. the carnage finally coming to an end when he was shot and killed. we're also learning this morning that usis, the government contractor that handled alexis' background check is the same firm that vetted nsa leaker edward snowden. the company is now under criminal investigation. this as new details about alexis's mental state are revealed. just last month, police in rhode island say alexis told them that three people were following him in a virginia airport, keeping him awake by talking to him and sending vibrations into his body. still no clear motive for why alexis carried out his rampage. this as families of the victim prepare for sunday's memorial service with president obama. chris and kate. >> thanks so much, pamela.
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we're following a lot of news this morning. we want to get to michaela. we have new information out of syria. cnn learned the assad -- it's stockpile of chemical weapons. administration officials saying it happened in the recent days. it's not clear, though, if the weapons are being moved to consolidate them in one location or rather to conceal them. syria has agreed to turn its chemical weapons over to international monitors. back here at home we have now learned that a seventh person has died in colorado from that epic flooding there. authorities say an 80-year-old man made it to a shelter but went back home to look for his wife. she survived, tragically he did not. three other people are missing and presumed dead. a new concern in the area, oil and gas spills. officials are keeping a close eye on ten of them in those flooded areas. real crazy story of road rage. two drivers are dead after a road rage incident escalated in gunfire in central michigan.
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one driver was following another closely, the first car pulled into a car wash, the second one followed suit. the driver of that second car opened fire. the first driver returned fire and both men died. two passengers in one of the cars were not injured. house republicans passing a bill that slashes $4 billion a year from the nation's food stamp program, not a single democrat voted for it. if the measure becomes law, more than 3 million americans would lose their food stamp benefits. nearly a million more would see them cut. senate majority leader harry reid calls this measure shameful and says such hateful legislation will never pass in the senate. on that note, let's show you adorable video to get you out the door here. an otter finds a rock to play with before he rolls on to his back. wait for it. he rolls over on his back and you'll see amazing kind of eye-paw coordination. here he goes. watch this.
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your own car. imagine if it's a bus driver with a bus full of kids. that's what they say happened in florida. it was caught on video and we'll show you the tape to decide for yourself. my mantra?
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issues like homosexuality, abortion and what he calls the feminine genius. the words will be carefully examined by millions, looking to him for guidance. on the role of women, he has said in the past, the door is closed on their ordination as priests. disappointing many catholic liberals. in the interview, he says women should have a greater role in the church, the feminine genius is needed wherever we make important decisions, he says. >> how can we possibly make decisions without consulting half of the human race? and most of the people who are in our churches and playing very leading roles as mothers, as caticists and teachers. those transmitting the faith, are the women in the church. >> reporter: it was after a trip to brazil earlier this year that pope francis made a surprising remark on homosexuality, telling reporters, "who am i to judge gay people."
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the church traditionally condemns homosexual acts. in his interview, the pontiff says he was asked if he approved of homosexuality. he answered, tell me, when god looks at a gay person, does he endorse the existence of this person with love or reject and condemn this person? and that seems to be the conciliatory tone pope francis is trying to set for the church he leads, not so much breaking with doctrine, as shifting the church's emphasis in the words of one vatican commentator, from condemnation to mercy. matthew chance, cnn, rome. here to discuss the impact of pope francis' interview is a man who never lacks an opinion, bill donohue, president of the powerful catholic lead. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> first simple question, do you agree with the shift in focus that the pope is outlining. >> i do. he's a reformer, not a revolutionary. people on the left and right are
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exaggerating what he's doing. the catholic church is a wounded warrior. we know that the church has created some of his own problems. he says the church is a field hospital. he gives the metaphor of taking care of the wounded. you don't say you might have a high cholesterol rate. that's what the pope said in his letter -- i'm sorry, in his interview. you get down to basics. the catholic church is not about homosexuality, abortion, it's about salvation. we've lost the focus of what the catholic church should be about. it's a change in tone and style but is not a doctrinal change in substance. that also should be noted. >> i feel like this may count as the pope's first miracle. to hear you saying these things is going to be shocking. because it really sounds like you're within of the people he's sending this message to to be fair, mr. donohue.
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you have bashed on these issues for years and years, most infamously recently saying that the church had a homosexual problem, not a pedophile problem, incendiary, flagrant stuff. >> let me just say that -- >> are you saying you won't do that. >> no. i will always tell the truth. >> that wasn't the truth. >> if 81% of the victims are male and 100% of the victimizers are male and 78% of the victims are post-pubessent. >> that is when you attack people -- >> it's not a clinical term. that's a made up term to make people feel good. >> you know you cannot find a pedophile that will say they're homo sexual. it's been about criminals, not about sexuality. >> when men have sex with adolescent men, it's called homo sexuality.
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it is not pedophilia. less than 5% of the priests involved in molestation are pedophiles. i will never stop telling the truth. the pope never said we should either. i'm against gay bashing. to say because you're gay you'll be a molester. >> that is exactly what it sounds like. >> if most are gay, that is true. it is not true that most gay priests are molesters. people have to make critical distinctions. i have nothing against gay people than i have against straight people. i have against molesters. whether they're straight or gay makes no difference to me. what i just said about the figures is absolutely true, it's not negotiable. >> well, but that's the problem. isn't it? >> what? >> there are so many who would say it's not only negotiable but irrational. >> explain it to john jay then. they made it up. do you think i made up those figures, chris. >> i think you're parsing them, cherry picking them and i think that the most important part is
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your motivation. you heard from the pope said. >> the pope didn't say -- >> why don't we try to move past the parsing rhetoric. >> this is a problem with the left. they're trying to take what he says and run with it like "the new york times" said, the bishops are on the defensive because they're concerned about abortion, contraception and gay rights or gay marriage. no, no, no, the obama administration is the one that is hoisting this on the bishops. the bishops are reacting. there's nothing that pope francis has said that would give relief to these people who are saying all of a sudden the conservatives should shut up. we're not going to shut up because we're in constant compliance with the word says. >> he's saying the word catholic means universal. >> yes, right. >> not to cherry pick statistics and blame homosexuals for being pedophiles. >> who ever said that? did i say that? >> the suggestion is all of this was consensual because of the age of the victims. >> consensual?
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when people get raped it's not consensual. as far as i'm concerned the catholic church didn't handle this right. i would have put them in the slammer years ago. instead they think they con reform them. >> there are few who will disagree with that. the way the church handled 9 situation is a large part of the stain on the church right now. it is the discussion of homosexuality. >> i'll say it again. most of the molesting priests were gay and most gay priests are not molesters. >> good. stop there. >> that's all i've ever said. >> who says the molesters were gay? >> i'm telling you, if -- >> who says the molesters were gay. >> they weren't girls -- >> who says the molesters are gay? >> if a man has sex with a man, what do you call that?
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a rapest could be straight or gay, i'll give you that much. >> homosexual doesn't make you predatory. >> anybody who points out the obvious, that the catholic church was had a homosexual scandal, therefore, you're guay g -- gay. this is absurd. >> the catholic league, you went forward and said when you're defending the passion, i'm a mel gibson fan, when you're defending the passion, those secular jews in hollywood, they don't like the catholics. that's a fact. what? if this is the kind of thing you shouldn't say anymore. >> is the vietnamese making films in hollywood? is it the puerto ricans? >> do you know how this sounds? >> the jewish forward in the editorials said the exact same thing i did. are they anti-semitic. >> why would you say it? >> it was just insulted by some guy on msnbc and i gave it right
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back to him. >> am i insulting you. >> no. this is fun. >> it's not fun for me and here's why. the pope is giving you a different message. he's saying don't make these statements about the homosexuals, don't make the statements about the jews. get back to what your church was about. jesus wasn't about what you're doing right now. are you going to hear that message or no? >> i heard the message but it's not the one you will interpret for me. >> you think the pope wants you to say jews don't like catholics. >> i didn't say that. >> and homosexuals -- >> when did i say jews don't like catholics? >> you were quoted. in hollywood who make movies. >> who run hollywood studios who make anti-catholic movies. what's so absurd about that. >> you are pointing it 0 on a faith and culture when it is a subjective judgment on a movie. you're blaming these people. >> if i mention the chinese live in chinatown, am i considered a
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bigot to point out the obvious? >> no. but if a chinese person makes something you don't like and you blame them because they're chinese. i get blamed for this. one of the things i get blamed for -- >> why would you get blamed. >> the catholic league matters, it's relevant. right or wrong, it is. >> maybe i get blame for what andrew cuomo does because he's catholic. >> the point is what are you going to do with this message from the pope. >> we have different interpretations, obviously. i love the pope. i do think there are single issue catholics on the left and right who need to get out of their microturf battles and look at the macroissue. it should be about salvation. i will grant you that. i am so happy he said it. he said he has a problem with the rigorous priest, the right wing authoritarians. if people read what he said in his interview, he's against those priests that are too lax.
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by that he meant those who deny the existence of sin. there's a problem on the left with that just as the problem on the right. >> he identifies seself as a sinner. >> every single pope throughout history went to confession. why? because he's a sinner. no breaking news there. >> i think that his hope is that the people who call themselves devout catholics get back to the main mission of the church, which is not division. it is love and understanding there is good in all. >> you think the funs on the bus then are bringing everybody together by going out there in favor of obama care against what the bishops want? they're the ones who are divisive. >> i'm speaking -- >> typically on the left but not exclusively. >> i'm thinking what he wants is for you to spend less time bashing funs. >> i don't bash funs. i'm simply pointing out that some of the polyesters have lost their mission. they should not be social workers. they should be funs tending to the poor. >> the one thing we agree on for sure, we hope that the pope's
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message is understood. >> yes, i do. >> mr. donohue, thank you. kate, over to you. >> thanks so much, chris. coming up next on "new day," texting and driving is dangerous but this is downright outrageous. a school bus driver caught texting behind the wheel. what parents should know, coming up in moments. [ male announcer ] pepcid® presents: the burns family bbq. guys, you took tums® a couple hours ago. why keep taking it if you know your heartburn keeps coming back? that's how it works. you take some tums®. if heartburn comes back, you take some more. that doesn't make any sense. it makes plenty of sense if you don't think about it!
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you're watching "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. welcome back to "new day," everyone. friday, september 0th. let's get straight to michaela for the top news happening right
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now. a 3-year-old boy in critical condition this morning after a mass shooting in chicago that left 13 people injured. this happened at a park on the city's south side. the victims apparently were on a basketball court. police say the 3-year-old was shot in the ear. there is no motive, no suspect in custody but they do believe that the incident was gang related. ten days and counting until the government shuts down. later this morning, the house is expected to pass a temporary spending bill that keeps the government funded while gutting obama care. the senate appears to have enough votes to then strip the obama care provisions out of the bill, all this while a civil war erupts within the republican party over the effort to kill the president's health care overall. lightning being blamed for two deaths in gary, indiana. strong storms swept through the area thursday. one man died after an apparent strike on his house, set it afire. a 9-month-old child inside was critically injured as well. another victim was working on a billboard when he was struck.
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are you not a fan of facebook? the blockbuster video game grand theft auto 5 lets you take out some of your frustrations on a mark zuckerberg-like character. jane norris founded a social network called life invader. players can place a bomb in one of norris's prototype phones and detonate it. >> i'm expecting there will be back leash to that. >> you hope so anyway. one of my proudest moments recently as a dad, there are not that many -- is mario, my son, 7 years old. he was going to get a new video game because he was good at school. we reward that in the cuomo family, so rare an occurrence. there were a couple of shooting games. he said i don't want to do that. i want a sports game. i said, why? he said, i don't want to hurt anyone. >> he's a kiddo. >> we need to do thinking about that, too. >> they're impressionable. coming up on "new day,"
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this is video that should scare every parent, video out of florida we want to show you. distracted driving, dangerous enough. this school bus driver was caught texting behind the wheel with a bus, reportedly, full of kids. the video was shot by a 14-year-old student, if you can believe it. unfortunately, incidents like this are becoming all too common. cnn's kelly wallace is joining us now. >> reporter: can you imagine how angry and alarmed you would feel if your child's school bus driver was caught texting on the job. i would be furious. that's how families in tampa, florida, are feeling today. a 14-year-old trying to catch her bus driver swearing apparently captured something much more dangerous. one hand on the wheel, the other on her cell phone. eyes drifting from the road. this alarming video of a school bus driver texting with students
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on board has parents in hillsboro county, florida, outraged. >> when she showed me the video, i just couldn't believe it. the scary part it, see how quickly she grabbed the wheel? >> reporter: a 14-year-old student recorded it with her cell phone and brought it to her mother. watch as the driver seems to be drifting out of a lane and abruptly grabs the wheel. >> that's not safe at all. and then if they not only are they going to kill a driver, they're going to kill those children on that bus. >> reporter: currently, 41 states ban texting for all drivers and 3 specifically ban texting for bus drivers. minutes later, this driver was involved in a fender bender. he was suspended without pay for weeks. watch as this florida driver fumbles with her phone using both hands, constantly glancing down at one time, for nearly ten seconds. she was also suspended for one day.
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as for this latest incident, hillsboro county school district issued this statement to cnn, saying in part, it is against school district policy for a bus driver to text while driving. from the video, it appears the driver is certainly looking at her cell phone. that's a dangerous distraction for any driver but the potential danger is greater when you have a bus full of children. >> if a bus driver was doing something that is against our policies, then we're going to do something about that. >> scary indeed. as for the school bus driver in question, we should note she is not currently driving the bus. the district investigating determining what action to take. >> and the important thing there is, i wonder if the school bus driver would still be driving the bus if this 14-year-old did not take the initiative to record this. i think probably the only good reason a 14-year-old is using their cell phone. >> right. but isn't the it interesting. she wasn't expecting to catch her texting. she must have been swearing a lot and trying to capture that.
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>> it proves a point that our kids are paying attention and listening to the messages about not doing it themselves, right? especially these new drivers. it's interesting that the tables turn. she pointed out to the adult that they were misbehaving and doing something wrong. >> absolutely. >> powerful. >> every time i see -- i don't know about you guys -- every time i see someone texting on the road, that crazy lady, no! but a bus driver? when you have the responsibility of all those kids. >> it's the same problem police are dealing with, the school is dealing with this. what more can you do other than take aware their phones while on the job? i'm not sure there's an answer. >> it is the policy in the district, no texting and no use of cell phones. obviously that's the policy. >> right. >> they have to look and see what action to take here. >> it gets tricky, right? sometimes as the bus driver you are allowed to use the cell phone but the texting would be something different. and the impact is obvious. i think the big decider here is that you have the kids behind
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you. i know that was very sobering thing for me. as a former rampant texter and driver. that you have your kids in the car, it makes a difference. when that was pointed out to me with certain intensity, i took the message. it's something that's unacceptable. we know that. >> absolutely. >> the nice thing about the story, kelly, it's no the just florida. people will be aware, start checking the bus driver, asking about it. >> see what the policy is in your district. >> parents getting involved, too. >> thanks, kelly. >> thank you. coming up next on "new day," a bizarre encounter between a free priest and photographer, providing the bride and groom at their wedding some forgettable -- or maybe unforgettable moments at their wedding. (growls) (man) that's a good look for you. (woman) that was fun.
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♪ going to the chap chapel and we're going gonna get march rid ♪ married ♪ >> for one couple it was the day of their life but for all of the wrong reasons. right in the middle of the ceremony the priest stopped to yell at the photographers. the couple is talking about the bizarre wedding altar-cation. it was the beginning to a beautiful wedding. rob and know el were in the midful their vows when suddenly -- >> please, sirs, leave. please. >> where do we leave? >> anywhere other than here. >> reporter: it doesn't end
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here. >> this is a solemn assembly, not a photography session. please move or i will stop. >> you want me to leave? >> i will stop the ceremony if you do not get out of the way. >> reporter: the expressions on their faces say it all. >> i really wasn't upset. actually i was more appalled and shocked. >> my biggest fear was we had to step in and say something. >> reporter: the photographers moved, the ceremony continues but talk about an awkward moment. >> we had a lot of reactions afterwards and it kind of made for laughter but it also was kind of a damper on the day also. >> i think the priest tried, you know, to justify it and apologized as best as he could but at that point the damage was already done. >> reporter: noelle's brother posted the awkward moment online. the newlyweds left on their honeymoon and woke up internet sensations. >> if nothing else we can say
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hey we had a one-of-a-kind wedding even though it's not the way we thought it would go. >> reporter: at least they can laugh about it now. >> at first it was said "hey, how about that priest? he was great!" it turned out to make funny video which we hope everybody enjoys as much as we did. >> reporter: it certainly is a moment rob and noelle will never forget. >> this is not in the photography. this is about god. >> cnn reached out to the church and the priest, weirdly we did not get a response. this will be one of the things that the couple will always have a great story from their we hadding to tell. in the moment, uh, but it's a great story. >> as the pope says we're supposed to get back to what it's all about, the love and the spirituality. >> you're not going to use that as your out all the time? >> i'll use it on the shuttown stuff, as the pope said. >> dinner was late. >> i don't know what was going on but a we had something about capturing the moment. >> and the love. >> as you said, that they got a good story now.
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>> they do. coming up next on "new day," republicans fighting the president and each other over a spending bill, an important spending bill. are they really going to let the government shut down? i'm talking about congress, not just republicans. "crossfire" co-host newt gingrich who was house speaker during a memorable government shutdown. and bad news to report a violent night in chicago, 13 people shot, including a 3-year-old boy. is anything being done about the city's gang warfare? o
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. it was just a lot of police, a lot of ambulance, just a lot of wreckage, a lot of people, everything. >> breaking overnight a shoot-out in chicago.
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13 shot, a 3-year-old fighting for his life. we're live at the scene. collision course, the president taking on republicans in congress as many in the gop fight amongst themselves. is the government headed to shut down? key vote today that could set the course. fighting back, the former nfl player whose house was trashed by partying teens now posting their pictures online trying to find them. some of their parents are upset. he joins us live. your "new day" continues right now. >> announcer: what you need to know. >> the video i thought demonstrated a little putin envy on behalf of the speaker. >> announcer: what you just have to see. >> detective loki, i'm going to find your daughter. >> show me your hands! where'd you put those girls?! where are they! >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira.
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>> good morning, and welcome back to "new day," everyone. it's friday, september 20th, 8:00 in the east. coming up this hour, it could be a major shift in diplomacy between the u.s. and iran. the country's new president is saying all the right things, claiming his country would never use nuclear technology to make weapons. he'll be in the u.s. next week so the big question this morning, will president obama see him? as if it could not get any worse in colorado, it has. epic floods have forced officials to shut down hundreds of natural gas and oil wells. why? the officials say they could be dealing with a major environmental disaster. plus ladies, he may very well be the panacea to all that ails you. jake gyllenhaal is here, he'll be talking about his tremendous performance in his new thriller called "prisoners." his performance specifically is getting a whole lot of buzz, so is the film itself. what a treat. he will be live right here in our studio. we'll talk to him coming up this hour. >> we're going to start in
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chicago. why? that city is waking up to a sadly familiar headline, a mass shooting at a park on the south side, bullets hitting 13 people, among them a 3-year-old boy. he was shot in the head and critically hurt. clearly lots of victims and so far, no arrests. our george howell is live in chicago. george? >> reporter: >> reporter: chris good morning. that 3-year-old boy this morning still in the hospital and again, 13 people shot in this case sent to various hospitals, ten adults, two teenagers and this 3-year-old boy, a violent boy that certainly puts chicago back on the map with violence. >> i heard the shots like 20 shots. >> reporter: a 3-year-old boy fighting for his life this morning in critical condition following a terrifying mass shooting incally. >> we had multiple victims shot, which were transported to various hospitals throughout the city. >> reporter: 13 people were shot last night on a basketball court in the city's south side. so far, none of the victims have
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died. they're all recovering in various states of condition. the 3-year-old child, whose name has not been released, was shot in the head, carried in the arms of three officers to an ambulance. >> there was just a lot of police, a lot of ambulance, just a lot of wreckage, a lot of people, everything. >> reporter: officers swarmed the park after the gruesome shooting using hoses to clean the blood from the court. police believe the shooting is gang related but they have no suspects in custody. this incident puts chicago violence back in the spotlight. just this week the city was named the murder capital of america. it's reported there have been more than 1,600 shootings so far this year with 315 people killed. sadly, that number is likely to grow. the fbi says last year ended with 506 murders, though chicago police insist the murder rate is going down. president obama addressed the violence in his home city earlier this year in his state of the union address, less than
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a month after the shooting death of 15-year-old hidayah pendleton, killed less than a week after attending the president's inauguration ceremo ceremony. >> so many of our children are being taken away from us. >> reporter: just got off the phone with chicago police, they say they are still looking for the suspect or suspects involved in this case. witne no suspects are in custody. >> thank you for that. now to washington w just ten days to go before a government shut down speaker john boehner says he expects the house to approve a measure today that would keep the government up and running but it would defund obama care, this comes amid republican infighting in washington everyone is paying quite a bit of attention to. live to jim acosta at the white house. where are things headed, jim? >> reporter: good morning, kate.
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house republicans voted more than 40 times to defund obama care and this morning they will do it again. they're going to vote to continue funding the government but at the same time as you just said strip away most of the money that would fund the president's health care law and now the white house says the president is about to jump in to this shutdown fray. with house republicans setting a vote for today on a temporary spending bill that would defund obama care, washington is edging closer to a government shutdown, now just ten days until the government runs out of money and a possible debt default not far behind, white house officials say president obama is ready to engage with congress. >> the president will be in conversations with congressional leaders in the come days about the need to deal with these pressing deadlines. >> reporter: that was a response to house speaker john boehner who complained in this web video the president is more willing to haggle with russians than republicans. >> while the president is happy
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to negotiate with vladimir putin he won't engage with congress on a plan that deals with the deficits that threaten our economy. >> reporter: ruling out any negotiations over the debt ceiling or legislation that defunds obama care, white house press secretary jay carney offered this colorful defense of the president's outreach. >> you were obviously referring to speaker boehner's video, is that right, that was put out this morning saying the president is more willing to negotiate with vladimir putin than he is with house republicans. >> that is irrefutably false but the video i thought demonstrated a little putin-envy. >> reporter: the white house was taking note of the bruisele battle inside the gop, texas senator ted cruz seemed to give up on defunding obama care and appeared to reverse course and promised to block any spending bill that leaves health care reform intact. >> i will do everything necessary and anything possible to defund obama care.
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>> reporter: some of cruz's fellow republicans including a blunt john mccain shot back saying that's just not rational. >> in the united states senate, we will not repeal or defund obama care. we will not. >> reporter: no surprising the obama administration said the president would veto the legislation pending before the house today. meanwhile president obama will be in kansas city for a campaign style event on the economy. white house officials say expect the president to go after republicans on the threat of a government shutdown, no word, though, chris, whether or not the president will repeat that line about putin envy. chris? >> we have to wait to hear for it. thanks for the reporting. have a good weekend. in a few moments we'll talk about this with cnn "crossfire" co-host, newt gingrich, speaker of the house during the government shutdowns in 1995 and 1996. so another political question. will there be a meeting between president obama and the new president of iran? hassan rowhani will be in the u.s. next week making his debut
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trip to the united nations. he's made overtures to the international community since taking office but many question his motives. jim sciutto is in washington following this. good morning, jim. >> good morning, chris. u.s. officials are listening but they say it is premature to call this a genuine policy shift by the iranian government. that said, all these things taken together, the exchange of letters with president obama, the invitation to meet and now a very unputin-esque editorial in "the washington post," some see the most significant diplomatic opening from iran since the 1979 revolution. iran's new president is taking his diplomatic outreach to the pages of "the washington post," making a "pledge to engage in constructive interaction with the world." offering to broker peace talks in syria. on thursday he tweeted an invitation to president obama saying he has not ruled out the possibility of meeting with him at the u.n. general assembly in
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new york next week adding "everything is possible in the world of politics." the white house acknowledges a change in tone from iran. >> there have been a lot of very interesting things said out of tehran and the new government and encouraging things, but actions are more important than words. >> reporter: rowhani's invitation is the latest in a surprising and unprecedented outreach that began with another tweet two weeks ago, wishing the world's jews a happy rosh hoshanah holiday. he insisted it has no intention of building a nuclear weapon. at home, tehran released one of its most prominent dissidents, a human rights lawyer. hundreds more are still in prison. what is behind the change of heart? some believe it is largely the product of international economic sanctions over iran's nuclear program. >> rowhani is trying to get the sanctions reduced. the question is whether there is a half way meeting point in
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which iran can make meaningful nuclear compromises in exchange for meaningful relief from the united states. >> reporter: next week on tuesday the iranian president will speak at the u.n. general assembly. the president will make a fiery inflammatory speech there particularly from mahmoud ahmadinejad. this year, kate, we may be hearing something different and a little friendlier from tehran. >> we can all hope at the moment. thanks so much, we'll see you soon. there's a lot of news developing at this hour. straight to michaela for the latest. the gunman who killed 12 people at the d.c. maevy yard may have been motivated by a workplace dispute. "the washington post" is reporting investigating into reports alon alexis may have been told about performance issues and we're learning about the security form that gave alexis his clearance to enter the building. the firm is under criminal
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investigation now. cnn has learned the assad regime in syria could be moving its chemical weapons but officials with the obama administration are not sure this is a move to consolidate the deadly stockpile in one place or rather to hide it. syria has agreed to turn its chemical weapons over to international monitors. a pennsylvania police chief posted a video rant about gun control and firing his weapon has now been fired. the town council voted to terminate mark kesler for neglecting duty. he'll now request a public hearing. the money laundering conviction of former house majority leader tom delay has been overturned. jury found delay guilty of funneling almost $200,000 to help republicans in the 2012 electio elections. the district attorney's office says it will appeal the court's ruling. here's a question for you, chris, would you like to own a
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pair of walter it white's tidy whit whities? >> you mean another pair? >> how about a hazmat suit? props from "breaking bad" will be auctioned off on screenbid.com. it is the show's last season. the site owners think the props could fetch $2 million. hazmat suit, what would you get? >> i would not get his fruit of the looms although they are a big part of the show. it all depends where the money was going. if it was a good cause i wouldn't care what i bought but i like the show. it was well done. >> very intense. let's go to colorado, new concerns about the historic floods in colorado. the states have thousands of natural gas and oil wells, hundreds were closed down during the floods. officials say they could be dealing with a major environmental mess for a very long time. ana cabrera is in colorado with much more on this. it's like insult to injury, ana.
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>> reporter: indeed. good morning to you, kate. you could see the floodwaters have dropped significantly but still behind me here this oil or gas tank is surrounded by water. so many of the state's oil and gas facilities are close to major waterways and we do know that oil is leaking into at least one river this morning, but state health officials are still trying to determine just how widespread this problem is. as the colorado floodwaters recede, a new concern rising. >> it smells flammable and something you don't want to touch. >> reporter: damaged oil and gas wells showing up in the flood zone. the state has confirmed at least ten leaks. this one is near millicant, but it's not just the oil residents are concerned about. >> you could smell all the chemicals in the water. >> reporter: chemicals from fracking, a process companies use to access the oil and gas. it requires chemicals and
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millions of gallons of water shot into the earth to crock the rock. >> you have communities that are going to inundated with the fracking fluids and chemicals as well. >> reporter: shane davis wanted to show us the damaged facilities. frac free colorado took us an an aerial tour. we're headed over noel county. the state has 50,000 oil and gas wells all across the state, some 20,000 of those are in this area. it didn't take us long to find a toppled tank. we saw a handful like this one. and as we continued to fly, we came across the millican spill. you can see the red booms in the water helping to collect residual oil. >> the water looks like it's got oil on top of it. >> reporter: another apparent problem a brownish colored sheen surrounding another tank that looked to be leaning. the oil and gas industry says it took early precautions and insists its facilities are safe. >> our facilities were shut in
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as flooding began and the tanks are designed to withstand a certain amount of flooding, so what people see is tanks that have been toppled, but what we're doing now is going site to site to make sure that we don't have leaks and where we do, we report it and address it with the local officials immediately. >> reporter: the colorado department of natural resources has launched its own investigation. it has six different teams of inspectors going from site to site assessing all the different damage and making sure these facilities are safe. the state health department is warning everybody to stay out of the water, not only are they concerned about the industrial contaminants that may be present but also worried about raw sewage, agricultural waste, maybe even household damage spread by floodwaters. chris and kate? >> all right, ana, thank you so much. what a mess. >> the floods are over so you think the bad news is over but it isn't. >> exactly right. coming up next on "new day,"
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he knows all too well about government shutdowns. newt gingrich the co-host of cnn's "crossfire" is coming up next, what does he think about the current gridlock between the white house and congress? >> there he is, just like to look at him. and ex-nfl players, you heard this story, right, this is the ex-nfl player's house, it was trashed, up to 300 teens had a wild party there. luckily i guess they put a lot of it online so now he's trying to find them, he says, to help them. he's going to talk to us live just ahead. [ female announcer ] a classic macaroni & cheese from stouffer's
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more on the looming government shutdown, just ten days away, speaker john boehner says he expects the house to approve a measure today that would keep the government up and running but also defund obama care. that's never going to pass the senate so what does it mean? joining us for some perspective a man who knows about government shutdowns and many other things, newt gingrich, of course, one-time speaker of the house during the government shutdowns in 1995-1996, more importantly one of the hosts of cnn's "crossfire." great to have you. congratulations on the show. >> thank you, it's great to be back. >> we all know the expression those who don't learn from the past are doomed to repeat it. are you calling up john boehner whom you know very well? are you acting as the ghost of shutdown's past rattling your chains and saying don't do it, john? >> first of all, i don't think it was a mistake in 1995. i think the two shutdowns that we went through in 1995 and early 1996 were essential to
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getting to welfare reform and to getting to four consecutive balanced budgets, the only balanced budget, chris, in your lifetime at the federal level came out of that shutdown. if you're an american who wants to balance the budget, that was a pretty good swap and it didn't hurt us at all. we were the first reelected republican majority since 1928, so it's a little hard for me to say that we particularly took a hit out of doing our job, it was very tough, people were very excited, there was a lot of noise but the fact is the election isn't this november. the election is in 14 months and people can put things in perspective. >> let's unpack that from a populist and political perspective. from a populist prospectivepersu guys have to vote whether or not you still get paid you usually don't vote on that so you
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usually get paid during the shutdown. it's you guys punishing us for not making a deal. why would you encourage that? >> it's the president who said on monday that it was unprecedented to attach things to the debt ceiling, for example, which is just flat not true. we have been attaching things to the debt ceiling since dwight eisenhower in the 1950s. it's the president who doesn't budge and no matter how bad things are with obama care, he won't fix anything. he won't negotiate anything. now boehner and the republicans today are going to vote to keep the government open and they're going to send a bill to the senate that would keep the government open. and i think the question is, will harry reid and the democrats even negotiate? will the president even negotiate? you know, i don't think it can be either/or. you can't say -- this isn't a dictatorship. the president can't say give me exactly what i want or i'll blame you. >> look, i totally agree with you but it's about the nature of
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the dynamite you use to push for compromise. you took a beating in '95 and '96 personally after the shutdown. bill clinton got a huge infusion of popularity, his polls popped. he rolled in the next election. you know that it was perceived as bad, especially for you. it seemed that you had distanced yourself from the american people in favor of your own political agenda. it's not good, right? >> well, fifs of all, there were 121,000 ads that started attacking me in 1995 and the democrats decided if they couldn't beat up the message they'd beat up the messenger. the key fact, no republican house majority has been reelected since 1928 so for the first time in 68 years, we got reelected. i don't think that's much of a damage. but there's a deeper point here. sometimes people ought to be elected to do what they think is right. the vast majority of americans -- i mean the vast majority of republicans and
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significant majority of americans believe obama care is a disaster. even the labor unions are realizing obama care is a disaster. you have a president who doesn't want to fix any of it, not a question of repeal. he doesn't want to fix anything. now, what's the job of the congress faced with the president who is totally intransigent and i think that makes it that much more difficult. >> i hear you on that part but it's the solution that you're coming up with and probably a reason the republicans are infighting. i frankly don't see it as a partisan issue. either party i think would make the same mistake. it's like mommy and daddy are fighting over whether or not to buy a new car or new couch and they decide we can't figure it out so let's not feed the kids until we do. that's what it sounds like to the american people. >> chris, explain to me for a second if the house republicans pass a bill that keeps open every part of the government, pays all the people you were talking about, everyone who is poor, everyone who is in the military, everyone who -- if they pass a bill that pays for all of that, why is it their fault if the president and harry reid and the senate then say
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we're not going to accept keeping open the government? >> because they're conditioning it on the impossible, defunding obama care. they've had 40 votes and hasn't passed. it's basically saying we're going to try to shut down the government if you don't give us what we want. the legitimate question to you, i'm sursurprised, newt, you've n teaching me things about politics for years but this lesson i'm not getting. i feel you should be saying it didn't work the last time, let answer not do it. >> it did work for us. first of all, it worked for the country. we got welfare reform, we got four consecutive balanced budgets, we got the first tax cut in 17 years. i think if we had been rolled over f we had been afraid to fight, if we looked like we didn't believed what we said. >> why leverage the american people this way? you know president clinton, former president clinton would say that's not why you got it. you didn't win that. it was on his terms he wound up leading the agenda because you lost political capital. >> from my standpoint having
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passed the bills in the house none of those things would have happened had we not had the courage to stand and fight. the democrats could come back and say we're not going to abolish obama care but here are four things that are stupid and bad and we're prepared to fix part of it. then the house republicans would have a problem. as long as the question is keep everything in obama care no matter how destructive and how stew aid and no matter how indefensible and pay for everything and keep your mouth shut i don't think that's a constitutionally responsible demand to make of house republicans. >> i'm nobody to tell you how to operate in government but certainly the job is to compromise, just a yes/no on this, to john boehner your advice, do you shut down the government? >> no, my advice is pass a bill to keep the government open and see whether or not barack obama will negotiate. >> all right, newt gingrich, thank you very much for the perspective, as always, continued good luck on "crossfire." all right, kate over to you. >> thanks, chris. coming up next on "new day,"
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jake gyllenhaal was nominated for an oscar for "brokeback mountain." could he do it again with the his latest film? he'll talk to us about "prisoners" and all the buzz around it. hundreds of teens tweeting while they trash ex-nfl player brian who lo hollowway's home. rather than apologize some parents are coming after him. they'll tell us what this is all about. my name is mike and i quit smoking.
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"new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. >> welcome back to "new day," friday september 20th. coming up an ex-nfl player was away from his home when it got trashed by 300 teens throwing a party. they certainly wouldn't have done it while he was there, i promise you that. they posted a ton of pictures online. now he's trying to find them but he wants to do it so he can help them. mr. brian hollow way is here live to explain it all. the football legend doing something that will become legendary in and of it self. he's one of hollywood's hottest stars, actor jake gyllenhaal to talk about his new movie "prisoners" getting rave reviews. could it mean oscar is in his future? >> let's get to michaela for the five things you need to know. >> government shutdown, could it be ten days away? until the government runs out of money it shuts down. the house is expected to pass a temporary spending bill that
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defunds obama care, a provision that will be strip of the measure when it reaches the senate. president obama visiting a ford plant in missouri to push for republicans to raise the debt ceiling and pass a spending plan that does not defund the health care overhaul. gun violence at a chicago park leaving 13 people injured including a 3-year-old child. the security that gave aaron alexis clearance to the washington naval yard also gave edward snowden clearance. at number five get 'em while they're hot, the new iphone hits stores you can choose the 5s or economically friendly 5c and avoid the big lines and order online. we always update the five things to know so go to newdaycnn.com for the freshest.
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i like that. >> that was fresh. >> very fresh. thank you, michaela. here's one you want to listen in to, a former nfl player is fighting back against teenage vandal, a whole lot of them. brian holloway was out of town over the labor day weekend when 300 teenagers flooded his home for a wild party. it caused damage to the tune of $20,000 at least. they broke windows, spray painted graffiti and left piles of garr bang, all the while he knew it was going on thanks to twitter. now he's on a mission using social media to teach them a lesson and created a website helpmesave300.com. he hopes that parents will talk to their kids not only about why you should not trash someone's home but also about drug use and underaged drinking. just amazing when you see all of those photos and it's happening
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in real time. what was it like? >> my son says you need to go online and take a look at this. i said you're at college, are you pranking me? i'm getting tweets, i scroll through and see these people drinking, partying, standing on furniture. this place is getting destroyed and sure enough i get a tweet. i can't believe we're destroying this place, i can't believe how drunk she is, i can't believe the cops are here. i'm watching this happen going we need to get up there fast. what's going to happen? >> any idea why they targeted your home? >> i don't know. i mean it's like you know, it's been our home for years and so they're like hey, he's not here. it's a big place. let's go out and party at holloway's place, let's break in this point. there was 300 people and 200 that couldn't come so we've learned a lot through all that social media intelligence.
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>> you're using social media to -- >> that's my game. that's my game, as soon as i saw that, number one, i called brian saying we need to capture all of this. within five minutes we had all the tweets. >> brian is your son? >> yes. >> we've captured all that and that became all evidence so every person that was there, that was in the dialogue, we have their name. >> so there were would it two layers of stupid and one level of incredible grace. i can't believe anyone would do anything to you. you are no one to joke with. two, they then put it online. your response to this? this is a big hit financially for you. you're a very prideful man also, so you don't like that they did this to your home. where did your mind and your heart take you that you decided to do it this way? because yeah you called the cops to make it stop but you could go on a war against these families and really do some damage if you wanted but you chose this way. why? >> well, cruz shows up on the
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football field and gastineau did not show up. everything that was broken could be replaced and stolen returned. there are 300 lives at stake and i don't want to be haunted looking over a casket ten years from now of 30 who are dead. >> the vandalism was the least of it. that's the point. >> the police did not catch anyone. they had all cleared out basically and no one -- has anyone apologized to you? >> they've apologized online, maybe two or three dozen. >> no one came to your house. >> we invited them. i'm talking with them because i built the conversation online immediately after that. here's what happened, here's went down, parents, take a look at this. >> there is the key, where are the parents here? >> i'm wondering because i offered the opportunity, please come up to the house because i don't want this scar on the beautiful property. we'll honor the veterans tomorrow. please come up and help me clean this place up and get it ready. one parent and one child showed up, and that was a slap in the
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face. >> you're concerned about the kids. the fact is we were all kids and all did stupid stuff, i'm sure there was underaged drinking in our past. as a parent you're more concerned than you would just be from random pictures you see online. what made you so concerned? >> the point is it's obvious they're off track. somewhere they fell off, i don't know where they are but as a community and parents we need to look at our responsibilities and say what do we do, how do we get lost and get them back on track. >> you don't hear enough about that message either. the parents are left out of the equation, always what will the charges be, is the punishment right for the crime. not about how to fix the behavior going forward. >> this is going on all across the country. parents need to step up and sit there and go i need to know what you're tweeting about. i want to see your facebook. why? because during that precious and tender and volatile age called adolescents, kids are navigating away, too much dangerous obstacles in the way, drugs,
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alcohol, meth, rufis. parents need to sit here and go in is a wake-up call. this is happening all over the country, not just my place. >> hopefully getting this message that is a different road than you could have taken, will get those parents to wise up and get involved in their kids' lives and involved with you and other parents to think about it as well. >> i hope so but the fact is they got a little wake-up call when they said here it is, not only was it on your kids posted, i wouldn't have this and it wouldn't be on the national news. >> this is all their own doing. >> that's two buckets of stupid. >> good way to put it. >> the only thing wrong with the story, why you got to mention the jets who you played against? >> i like the jets. i've reconciled, been to therapist. i sent all my therapists to therapists. i'm a little sore at the giants after the last two super bowls but i've reconciled. i can hold the giants ball, we're giving these away to people who donate to helpsave300.com and help the community come together. military personnel in new york,
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get up to new york, if you come tomorrow, and it's a potluck and bring a plate. i'm not eli. i can't sit there and stroke those checks. i'm not sanchez, write them quarterback checks and take the whole thing. you come up there we'll have a good time. no beer, no drugs, no alcohol, just good old family fun. >> i'm in. brian holloway thank you so much. good luck. i don't know what you say, go get 'em is the way for this. >> thank you for doing it. >> you're welcome. >> all right. coming up next on "new day," some hollywood star power, talking about a lot of power, physical power over here and star power coming up. jake gyllenhaal is here live, going to be talking about his new thriller "prisoners." and they can have their jake gyllenhaal. i'll take my john berman, his award of the day, a man shares his vision of the ultimate mcdonald's sandwich. costs you $141. >> he can't eat that. ♪
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welcome back to "new day." our next guest has been described as the anchor of his latest film. take a look. >> what did you wish for me the other night, man? >> i've never seen him before? are you sure you have the right house? >> you're doing some shopping in the value mall lately? >> yeah. why? is it a crime to shop there? can't afford to buy from brooks brothers. >> all right. you bought children's clothes. >> did i? >> this film is "prisoners." the man, jake gyllenhaal welcome
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to "new day." thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> one of the reviews describes you as the anchor of this film. as an actor do you push aside all those reviews? how do you tell when you've done a good job on a role and you feel good about it? >> first of all it makes four anchors thousand. >> four anchors at this desk. >> yes, all of us. >> i don't know if i'd call myself an actor. >> to me this role is sort of a narrator of the whole movie in a way and so i think he just had people acknowledge the narrator in one way or another. as the detective you're discovering clue after clue after clue and to not fall into the exposition of a movie but to be acknowledged outside of that is always a huge compliment. >> reporter: i've watched many of your films, you take on complex characters. do you see similarities in the character of this act, the detective, from other characters in the past or is this something very different for you and that's why you liked it? >> i would hope every human
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being that you play is complex. i think that's what makes anything interesting when you walk into a scene or any situation and you have more than one thing to play. >> it takes you making that, conveying that on the film and not so many people do it as wel as you do. >> that's very kind of you. i think there are many people who would do really well. >> me, too, get a hold of yourself, gosh sakes. really? >> i was just saying. as the pope says -- >> you are living the message my sister. i'll change the tone here on you gyllenha gyllenhaal. he was ducking the question. >> tough on cnn. >> this movie is one of the few movies that i've seen that it makes you think about what the rest of the character's stories are, there are layers here and it plays on one of the central fears of families. >> yes. >> without giving it away,
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everybody knows the main concept of the film and it really got to me. this film was very realistic emotionally and contextually. did you know that when you were putting it together, when people start to get ooh, this is really getting at the crux of what it would be like to fear for your child? >> yes, i think we are ware there is a mythology that's been based on this idea that there are these movies that have come out where the hero seeks revenge and gets revenge and that this is a movie about somebody who is seeking revenge and that revenge begets more revenge and that was very important to sort of -- it was important to all of us to redefine the idea of a hero, that nowadays in modern times, this myth that is perpetuated over and over again of everything sort of in a weird way even with the sort of glorified violence that a hero will get away scott free is not true in this movie and i think also that fear of, which it taps into the most primal fear i'm
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not a parent myself but every parent i've talked to said this is one of the scariest things they can think of, but at the same time what is interesting about this film when you say that is that i see from every parent says oh i'm scared to see the movie or whatever, and i say i see how much they love their family when they say that and this movie is about that love ultimately, and i think that that's what makes this film so interesting, because there is with all of the darkness a great hope at the end, and so i know it's a very tense movie to watch. i joke that "you'll pay for your seat, buddy, i'll leave you at the edge!" >> every day when you're on set, how long did the shoot take you? >> three and a half months. >> three and a half months of living in that intensity, you had to do something to protect yourself from -- because that can do a number on your psychology and everything. what do you do to sort of keep a barrier around you or bounce back to regular jake? what do you do?
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>> when you're working wi ing ih jackman, the nicest man in the world -- >> that would do it. >> the spirit, the company that made the movie are a family oriented company. they also love their families deeply and everybody in this movie really does and so they had a sense of family on set all the time and even with the tense aspects in the movie and it is very intense many times, on set and off camera, there is great love. i had worked with the directors, second movie in a row we had made together, and so we had just an easy rapport and there's something really fun when you feel like you're hitting a stride while you're making a movie all together and the cast is just insane so as an actor you're working with these incredible actors and as harrowing as the scenes are they're also incredible. it's fun. it's a strange word to use in this case but it is really fun. >> the reviews are good.
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it's hitting theaters today. what is next for you? >> i'm going to play i guess the equivalent of a stringer for a guy who films footage for the local news, it's going to be called "night crawler" written by dan gilroy and tony gilroy is producing the movie, two brothers who did "the bourne" movies so it's going to be an interesting film. >> true you're cutting weight for the role, is that true? >> i am. i feel strange talking about the process before it begins but the answer to that question is yes. >> yes with a deep pause. >> unusual. it was an actual answer to a question. no. we wish you good luck with it. >> we should let you know the film is in theaters now. >> yes. >> will you pay for the seat but you only need the edge of it. >> yes. >> the bumper sticker. >> take what's your own. pleasure to have you here. >> thank you so much. >> come back again. >> thank you so much. i would love to. >> welcome to "new day." thank you, thank you. now to cnn's hero for this week, more than half of all
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african-american children grow up without a father at home. that's according to the u.s. census bureau so joe jones is trying to change that. >> i'm joe jones. i work to help fathers become responsible for themselves, their children and their communities. i was 9 years old when my dad left the house. i began using drugs when i was 13. i spent time in jail consistently and i also had a son that i wasn't responsible for. there's no reason why you can't get out of the hole regardless of what the circumstances are. i'm telling you. there aren't many spaces in our community where men can go that are safe. on your marks, get your baby, go. and instruct them and be healthy. we're recruiting on the street because you have to penetrate the community. responsible fatherhood. that's why we built the center. you can make mistakes but you can cover those mistakes.
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>> joe has allowed me to find and restore my dignity. >> we currently have six classes. you're almost done. >> that's one of the greatest things that you can offer anyone. >> make my energy be increased for father hood. >> when you see someone and they got that pride, that light in their eye is relit, their potential is unlimited and they're showing their little boys and little girls what it means to be a man, what it means to be a dad. >> that is this week's cnn hero. >> a few lessons that are more important than that one. a man wants to sample the menu at mcdonald's, all of it. it's our award of the day coming up. i got a big mouth but i don't think i could eat that. [ nurse ] i'm a hospice nurse.
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britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta.
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♪ just eat it, eat it ♪ get yourself an egg and beat it ♪ good morning, now we have john berman here. >> never going to live this down. >> new word of the day. >> it's always good to follow jake gyllenhaal here. i have a breakfast special. meet nick chipman from
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wisconsin. he likes mcdonald's a lot. so much they decided to order all of it at once. seriously, all of it at once. he set out to make a sandwich with every single breakfast and lunch sandwich on the mcdonald's sandwich. he calls this the mceverything. 43 total sandwiches, cost him 141 bucks. he stacked them up together and connected them with bamboo skewers and placed the order, goes in and orders all 43 sandwiches at once and the person asks him one question, "why?" so this was his response obviously. >> why not? the first guy to climb mt. everest said why, because i can. because no one has. >> because you can. >> nick chipman wins our award today. he has to. the man who made the mceverything wins the "everything in moderation" award. guess what? he didn't order fries with this because that would be excessive. >> did he get hash browns?
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>> and a diet coke. he didn't want to get the sugared coke. what is wrong with this guy? >> i love it. mt. everest, the mceverything. they're right on par. >> and i'd like to order a liver. >> he's going to eat it over three days. he's going to put some in his fridge and snack on it. >> and morgan spurlock is going to show up in his house. >> he's not trying to overdo spurlock. i like what he's doing because it's a celebration. >> spurlock is going to come after you once. is spurlock coming after you? you need protection. >> i got jake gyllenhaal looking out for me, i'll be okay. >> two cool days. >> me and jake. >> well done. ♪ it's five o'clock somewhere ds with 23 vitamins and minerals. purina dog chow. help keep him strong. dog chow strong.
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